Netarts and Netarts Bay - where riches are discovered daily - riches you can’t get just anywhere, and once discovered, are yours forever. Perhaps it’s sighting a bald eagle cruising Netarts Bay, or hundreds of brown pelicans diving from the air to feed on fish near the bay’s surface. It could be that special campsite at Cape Lookout State Park, spotting gray whales from Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint, or taking that award-winning photo as fingers of fog drift across the sunlight over the bay. Maybe it’s pulling up the biggest Dungeness crab you’ve ever seen, spotting sea lions on Three Arch Rocks, or being eye to eye with a great blue heron as you paddle your kayak on Netarts Bay. Whether leisurely strolling along trail or beach, those riches are all around you BETWEEN THE CAPES - rich in beauty, rich in history, rich in learning experiences you won’t forget.
Netarts Bay Today is sponsored by Friends of Netarts Bay - Watershed, Estuary, Beach and Sea (WEBS). They strive to build a "learning community" between the Capes that encourages people to become lifelong learners about the area and engage in stewardship of its rich natural and cultural history. Learn more about the organization, upcoming events and how to get involved on our sister website, netartsbaywebs.org.